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Provides a Comprehensive Introduction to Aircraft Design with an Industrial Approach This book introduces readers to aircraft design, placing great emphasis on industrial practice. It includes worked out design examples for several different classes of aircraft, including Learjet 45, Tucano Turboprop Trainer, BAe Hawk and Airbus A320. It considers performance substantiation and compliance to certification requirements and market specifications of take-off/landing field lengths, initial climb/high speed cruise, turning capability and payload/range. Military requirements are discussed, covering some aspects of combat, as is operating cost estimation methodology, safety considerations, environmental issues, flight deck layout, avionics and more general aircraft systems. The book also includes a chapter on electric aircraft design along with a full range of industry standard aircraft sizing analyses. Split into two parts, Conceptual Aircraft Design: An Industrial Approach spends the first part dealing with the pre-requisite information for configuring aircraft so that readers can make informed decisions when designing vessels. The second part devotes itself to new aircraft concept definition. It also offers additional analyses and design information (e.g., on cost, manufacture, systems, role of CFD, etc.) integral to conceptual design study. The book finishes with an introduction to electric aircraft and futuristic design concepts currently under study. * Presents an informative, industrial approach to aircraft design * Features design examples for aircraft such as the Learjet 45, Tucano Turboprop Trainer, BAe Hawk, Airbus A320 * Includes a full range of industry standard aircraft sizing analyses * Looks at several performance substantiation and compliance to certification requirements * Discusses the military requirements covering some combat aspects * Accompanied by a website hosting supporting material Conceptual Aircraft Design: An Industrial Approach is an excellent resource for those designing and building modern aircraft for commercial, military, and private use.



Autorentext

Dr. Ajoy Kumar Kundu, PhD, FRAeS, FIMechE, CEng, is a former Professor (IIT, Kharagpur), Chief Aircraft Designer (HAL) and retired from Bombardier, Belfast. He is current honorary visiting faculty member in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (QUB). He held private pilot licence.

Professor Mark A. Price, PhD, CEng, FRAeS, FIMechE, is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen's University Belfast (QUB).

David Riordan, MSc, CEng, is Engineering Fellow, Nacelle Design and Powerplant Integration at Bombardier, Belfast, having previously been Chief Technical Engineer.

Klappentext

Provides a Comprehensive introduction to Aircraft Design with an Industrial Approach

This book introduces readers to aircraft design, placing great emphasis on industrial practice. It includes worked out design examples for several different classes of aircraft, including Learjet 45, Tucano Turboprop Trainer, BAe Hawk and Airbus A320. It considers performance substantiation and compliance to certification requirements and market specifications of take-off/landing field lengths, initial climb/high speed cruise, turning capability and payload/range. Military requirements are discussed, covering some aspects of combat, as is operating cost estimation methodology, safety considerations, environmental issues, flight deck layout, avionics and more general aircraft systems. The book also includes a chapter on electric aircraft design along with a full range of industry standard aircraft sizing analyses.

Split into two parts, Conceptual Aircraft Design: An Industrial Approach spends the first part dealing with the pre-requisite information for configuring aircraft so that readers can make informed decisions when designing vessels. The second part devotes itself to new aircraft concept definition. It also offers additional analyses and design information (e.g., on cost, manufacture, systems, role of CFD, etc.) integral to conceptual design study. The book finishes with an introduction to electric aircraft and futuristic design concepts currently under study.

  • Presents an informative, industrial approach to aircraft design
  • Features design examples for aircraft such as the Learjet 45, Tucano Turboprop Trainer, BAe Hawk, Airbus A320
  • Includes a full range of industry standard aircraft sizing analyses
  • Looks at several performance substantiation and compliance to certification requirements
  • Discusses the military requirements covering some combat aspects

Conceptual Aircraft Design: An Industrial Approach is an excellent resource for those designing and building modern aircraft for commercial, military, and private use.

Inhalt

Series Preface xxxvii

Preface xxxix

Individual Acknowledgements By Ajoy Kumar Kundu xli

By Mark A. Price xlv

By David Riordan xlvii

List of Symbols and Abbreviations xlix

Road Map of the Book lvii

Part I Prerequisites 1

1 Introduction 3

1.1 Overview 3

1.2 Brief Historical Background 4

1.3 Aircraft Evolution 10

1.4 Current Aircraft Design Trends for both Civil and Military Aircraft (the 1980s Onwards) 13

1.5 Future Trends 16

1.6 Forces and Drivers 23

1.7 Airworthiness Requirements 23

1.8 Current Aircraft Performance Analyses Levels 25

1.9 Aircraft Classification 26

1.10 Topics of Current Research Interest Related to Aircraft Design (Supersonic/Subsonic) 27

1.11 Cost Implications 30

1.12 The Classroom Learning Process 30

1.13 Units and Dimensions 34

1.14 Use of Semi-Empirical Relations and Datasheets 34

1.15 The Atmosphere 36

References 45

2 Aircraft Familiarity, Aircraft Design Process, Market Study 46

2.1 Overview 46

2.2 Introduction 47

2.3 Aircraft Familiarisation 48

2.4 Typical Aircraft Design Process 53

2.5 Market Survey Project Identification 53

2.6 Four Phases of Aircraft Design 57

2.7 Typical Task Breakdown in Each Phase 62

2.8 Aircraft Specifications forThree Civil Aircraft Case Studies 67

2.9 MilitaryMarket Some TypicalMilitary Aircraft Design Specifications 70

2.10 Airworthiness Requirements 73

2.11 Coursework Procedures Market Survey 75

References 76

3 Aerodynamic Fundamentals, Definitions and Aerofoils 78

3.1 Overview 78

3.2 Introduction 79

3.3 Airflow Behaviour Laminar and Turbulent 80

3.4 Flow Past an Aerofoil 84

3.5 Generation of Lift 85

3.6 Aircraft Motion, Forces and Moments 86

3.7 Definitions of Aerodynamic Parameters 91

3.8 Aerofoils 91

3.9 Reynolds Number and Surface Condition Effects on Aerofoils Using NACA Aerofoil Test Data 101

3.10 Centre of Pressure and Aerodynamic Centre 105

3.11 Types of Stall 109

3.12 High-Lift Devices 110

3.13 Flow Regimes 112

3.14 Summary 117

3.15 Aerofoil Design and Manufacture 123

3.16 Aircraft Centre of Gravity, Centre of Pressure and Neutral Point 125

References 125

4 Wings 127

4.1 Overview 127

4.2 Introduction 128

4.3 GenericWing Planform Shapes 128

4.4 Wing Position Relative to Fuselage 132

4.5 Structural Considerations 136

4.6 Wing Parameter Definitions 137

4.7 Spanwise Variation of Aerofoil t/c and Incidence 139

4.8 Mean Aerodynamic Chord (MAC) 140

4.9 Wing Aerodynamics 145

4.10 Wing Load 153

4.11 Compressibility Effect:Wing Sweep 160

4.12 TransonicWings 167

4.13 SupersonicWings 167

4.14 Additional Vortex Lift LE Suction 170

4.15 High-Lift Devices on theWing Flaps and Slats 170

4.16 Additional Surfaces on theWing 175

4.17 The Square-Cube Law 176

4.18 Influence ofWing Area and Span on Aerodynamics 177

4.19 Summary ofWing Design 179

References 183

5 Bodies Fuselages, Nacelle Pods, Intakes and the Associated Systems 184

5.1 Overview 184

5.2 Introduction 185

CIVIL AIRCRAFT 188

5.3 Fuselage Geometry Civil Aircraft 188

5.4 Fuselage Closures Civil Aircraft 189

5.5 Fuselage Fineness Ratio (FR) 192

5.6 Fuselage Cross-Sectional Geometry Civil Aircraft 194

5.7 Fuselage Abreast Seating Civil Aircraft 195

5.8 Cabin Seat Layout 197

5.9 Fuselage Layout 205

Produktinformationen

Titel: Conceptual Aircraft Design
Untertitel: An Industrial Approach
Autor:
EAN: 9781119500278
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Wiley
Genre: Maschinenbau, Fertigungstechnik
Veröffentlichung: 02.01.2019
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Dateigrösse: 45.14 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 1056